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TFT Tier List: Team Fight Tactics, League of Legends



As the biggest LoL fan in the entire online world via self-proclamation, it only makes sense to have an updated and recharged TFT Tier List that will come right after our revamped ultimate URF Tier List. I mean, have you ever came across an avid LoL fan that never placed TFT? NO! That’s because TFT is a very addictive, engaging, and fun auto-chess game that will leave you aching for more time (ugh, life getting in the way of playing, right?) and rounds to play in spite of having a seemingly endless losing streak (cross my heart, I am not talking about myself).

This is a major update. We added sections for origins and classes with all the characters under each category as well as their strengths and weaknesses. We also added a section for patch updates and FAQs.

To the unfortunate souls who are still yet to be blessed with the exhilarating experience of playing TFT, let me briefly explain to you what this game is all about. Teamfight Tactics, better known as TFT, is an auto-chess round-based strategy game that lets players fight against seven opponents in a free-for-all race to build a powerful team. As one of the most successful spin-offs of the great great great (yes, one “great” is not enough) League of Legends, TFT is made up of the very same heroes you can find in LoL. The only difference is in TFT, instead of playing as one of the many champions in LoL, you get to be your own self with a controllable and customizable avatar called “Little Legend.”

To avoid having a win drought that’s brought about by a painfully long losing streak (again, not talking about myself here but of the general public), there are two things you have to really focus on in this game: team composition and character strength. Now, before you can even think of creating the OG team, you must first get to know each and every character to the best of your ability. With the latest patch (Patch 11.19 which we will talk about in detail later) to Set 5.5 Reckoning: Dawn of Heroes spelling very meaningful changes to the game, I strongly believe that the best way to acquaint yourself with all the heroes available to you is by looking through a tier list — LIKE THIS ONE!


As with any other tier list, we will be using the categories S, A, B, C, and D in grouping our heroes based on their performance in the current meta. The S-tier will refer to the optimal heroes, the so-called cream of the crop at the moment. On the other hand, D-tier will pertain to heroes that just don’t fit into a strong comp at all.

Because of the recent adjustments and buffs caused by the new patch, you might see your go-to hero in a tier higher or lower than you initially expected BUT that’s totally fine. As mentioned, team composition (and the synergies it can spark) matters in this game just as much as the character’s abilities.


  • Akshan
  • Garen
  • Ivern
  • Kayle
  • Nautilus
  • Rell
  • Volibear


  • Aphelios
  • Draven
  • Fiddlesticks
  • Galio
  • Gwen
  • Heimerdinger
  • Irelia
  • Karma
  • Lucian
  • Malzahar
  • Teemo
  • Thresh
  • Viego


  • Aatrox
  • Diana
  • Hecarim
  • Jax
  • Lulu
  • Lux
  • Miss Fortune
  • Rakan
  • Riven
  • Sejuani
  • Vel’Koz
  • Yasuo


  • Brand
  • Gragas
  • Kennen
  • Kha’zix
  • Lee Sin
  • Leona
  • Nidalee
  • Nocturne
  • Nunu & Willump
  • Pyke
  • Soraka
  • Syndra
  • Zyra


  • Ashe
  • Kalista
  • Kled
  • Poppy
  • Senna
  • Tristana
  • Vayne
  • Ziggs


  • Olaf
  • Sett
  • Udyr
  • Varus
  • Vladimir



Next are all the details, skills, and strategies for the characters in our TFT Tier List: SS-Tier



As you may have already guessed, the great Akshan’s special ability is his infamous heroic swing. When passive, this ability can reduce a target’s armor by 50% for 4 seconds. When active, it will cause Akshan to launch his grappling hook towards the farthest enemy — gaining up to 400% bonus attack speed for 4 seconds.

Item Build: Bloodthirster > Deathblade > Guinsoo’s Rageblade

Cost5DPS80 / 144 / 259
Health850 / 1530 / 2754Damage80 / 144 / 259
Mana120Attack Speed1
Starting Mana60Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist35Origin and ClassSentinel, Ranger


Renamed as God-Lion’s Justice, Garen’s special ability (which is originally Demacian Justice) calls down a mighty sword that is not only capable of striking a large area around his target but also of dealing as much as 200% of the target’s maximum health as magic damage. To make things even more holy his deathly attacks can also reduce the opponent’s magic resistance by 50% for 8 seconds. Pretty sweet huh?

Item Build: Gargoyle Stoneplate > Sunfire Cape > Warmog’s Armor

Cost5DPS60 / 108 / 194
Health1050 / 1890 / 3402Damage80 / 144 / 259
Mana160Attack Speed0.75
Starting Mana80Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist60Origin and ClassDawnbringer, Knight


Like Akshan, Ivern’s ability is also based on his Lol ability Daisy! Contrary to its sweet sweet name, Daisy! (don’t forget the exclamation point) is an ability that allows Ivern to summon Daisy who can cast Shockwave upon arrival. To make Daisy even more powerful, Ivern can grant Daisy up to 300 ability power to cash Shockwave once again.

Item Build: Gargoyle Stoneplate > Sunfire Cape > Warmog’s Armor

Cost4DPS30 / 54 / 97
Health950 / 1710 / 3078Damage40 / 72 / 130
Mana180Attack Speed0.75
Starting Mana100Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist50Origin and ClassRevenant, Invoker


Appearing as Viridian Kayle, Kayle’s special ability Divine Ascent is nothing short of miraculous. During the first ascent, it can deal as much as 1000% AD bonus true damage. On the second, her basic attacks will explode around the target and then deal bonus true damage to all nearby enemies. Then, on the third, it will grant her damage immunity for 1 second. Finally, on the very last one, it will cause swords to rain down on enemies, dealing up to 4000 magic damage.

Item Build: Guinsoo’s Rageblade > Guardian Angel

Cost5DPS92 / 166 / 298
Health800 / 1440 / 2592Damage80 / 144 / 259
Mana5Attack Speed1.15
Starting Mana0Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist25Origin and ClassRedeemed, Legionnaire


Nautilus may be cute but I am sure as hell that his attacks are not. With Anchor Slam as his special ability, Nautilus can erupt from the ground beneath his target, knock them up, stun them for as long as 6 seconds and then deal as much as 750 magic damage. To make things even better, all adjacent enemies to their target will receive half of this effect.

Item Build: Gargoyle Stoneplate > Sunfire Cape > Warmog’s Armor

Cost2DPS44 / 79 / 143
Health750 / 1350 / 2430Damage80 / 144 / 259
Mana120Attack Speed0.55
Starting Mana50Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist45Origin and ClassIronclad, Knight


Attract and Repel, that’s how Rell plans on chasing after victory. With this special ability, Rell can leap into the air and then create a tether between herself and her farthest ally. The moment the tether breaks as she lands, she will be able to stun all enemies on her path for as long as 8 seconds. To add, it can also provide as much as 3000 shield for 4 seconds to nearby allies.

Item Build: Gargoyle Stoneplate > Sunfire Cape > Warmog’s Armor

Cost4DPS42 / 76 / 136
Health900 / 1620 / 2916Damage70 / 126 / 227
Mana150Attack Speed0.6
Starting Mana80Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist60Origin and ClassIronclad, Redeemed


With fluffy chocolate brown fur embellished with pink and blue hues, it may seem as if Volibear is a harmless cuddly bear — but, make no mistake. With a special ability called the Doombringer, Volibear is far from nice. This ability allows this fluffy beast to leap towards his target, dealing up to 5000 magic damage, and then knocking up and stunning enemies for as long as 10 seconds.

Item Build: Gargoyle Stoneplate > Sunfire Cape > Warmog’s Armor

Cost5DPS52 / 94 / 168
Health1000 / 1800 / 3240Damage80 / 144 / 259
Mana200Attack Speed0.65
Starting Mana110Crit Rate25%
Magic Resist60Origin and ClassRevenant, Brawler


Next is TFT Tier List: Origins


As we try to familiarize ourselves with the very characteristics of the heroes that would likely take us to victory, we cannot afford to not mention their genesis. We have to talk about their origin! Knowing each hero’s origin will not only help us get the coolest and most badass skin for them, but it will also allow us to understand the “theme” that strongly influences who they are. That said, this jam-packed TFT tier list will also be ranking the 11 origins you can find in TFT Set 5.5 Reckoning: Dawn of Heroes:













As you may have already know, to get the most out of the effects an origin could spell for your team, it’s best to know just how many heroes belonging to that origin you will be needing. To help you with that, we’ve got the number of champions you would have to have to achieve a certain effect, they’re the numbers inside the parentheses.



Jax, Nautilus, Rell

Ironclad heroes enable allies to gain armor. As simple as that. They need no further explanation.
(2) 30 Armor
(3) 70 Armor
(4) 125 Armor


Fiddlesticks, Ivern, Nocturne, Volibear

The first time Revenants die in each combat, they take and deal 25% increased damage upon revival.
(2) Revive with 10% Health
(3) Revive with 25% Health
(4) Revive with 45% Health
(5) Revive with 70% Health



Draven, Hecarim, Miss Fortune, Thresh, Vayne, Viego

Contrary to their name, Forgotten champions’ abilities are something that wouldn’t easily slip your mind. Not only do they have bonus Attack Damage, but they also have bonus Ability Power. Every triumphant combat they participate in can also increase the bonus by 10%, stacking up to 5 times.

(2) 20 Attack Damage and Ability Power
(4) 40 Attack Damage and Ability Power
(6) 70 Attack Damage and Ability Power
(8) 200 Attack Damage and Ability Power


Kennen, Kled, Lulu, Poppy, Teemo, Tristana, Ziggs

Not one to leave you behind after death, Hellion champions will give rise to a Doppelhellion (a doppelganger that’s a star lower) whenever they die. Aside from (pseudo) rising from the dead, Hellion heroes also gain Attack Speed.

(2) 10% Attack Speed
(4) 30% Attack Speed
(6) 80% Attack Speed
(8) 140% Attack Speed



At the start of every combat, inanimate champions have the ability to call on Harrowing Mist in the 1 hex surrounding them for 8 seconds. This mystical mist grants allies within as much as 50% damage reduction.

(1) Bonus Active


Akshan, Galio, Irelia, Lucian, Olaf, Pyke, Rakan, Senna

At the beginning of every combat, the Sentinel champion with the most items can gain a shield that allows them to have improved Attack Speed each time it is used. When this recharged shield is destroyed it will be passed on to the ally that has the lowest Health.



Brand, Fiddlesticks, Kalista, Nunu & Willump

Whenever a team’s HP goes less than half, Abomination champions can summon Monstrosity and crash into 2 champions, thereby dealing magic damage. Depending on the star levels of the Abomination champions in your team, Monstrosity can gain bonus Health and Attack Damage. The more Abomination heroes in a team, the stronger Monstrosity can be.

(3) 70 Attack Damage, 900 Health, 150 Crash Damage
(4) 80 Attack Damage, 1500 Health, 200 Crash Damage
(5) 100 Attack Damage, 2000 Health, 250 Crash Damage


Aphelios, Diana, Lee Sin, Sejuani, Vladimir, Yasuo

Whenever a Nightbringer’s HP goes below 50%, he or she will automatically gain a shield for 8 seconds that’s equal to a percentage of their max health. During this time, he or she can also gain bonus damage.

(2) 20% Damage, 30% Shield
(4) 30% Damage, 60% Shield
(6) 40% Damage, 90% Shield
(8) 70% Damage, 200% Shield


Aatrox, Kayle, Leona, Lux, Rell, Syndra, Varus, Vel’Koz

Staying true to their name, Redeemed champions have increased Armor, Magic Resistance, and Ability Power. When they die, these bonuses are distributed and passed on to other Redeemed allies who remain standing.

(3) 30% Ability Power, 20 Armor & Magic Resist
(6) 60% Ability Power, 35 Armor & Magic Resist
(9) 100% Ability Power, 70 Armor & Magic Resist



Garen, Gragas, Karma, Kha’Zix, Nidalee, Riven, Soraka

The moment a team’s health drops below 50%, Dawnbringer’s rapidly comes to their aid and heal some to their maximum Health. Those that weren’t lucky enough to regain max health, can instead gain 10% bonus damage.

(2) 30% of Maximum Health
(4) 55% of Maximum Health
(6) 80% of Maximum Health
(8) 120% of Maximum Health



Ashe, Galio, Heimerdinger, Sett, Udyr, Zyra

Whenever a Draconic champion finishes combat, little legends can gain a dragon egg on their bench. The bigger the egg, the rarer the reward. The only catch is they take too long to hatch (ooh it rhymes).

(2) Bonus Active
(5) Golden eggs that hatch into even rarer loot.



On our next page is TFT Tier List: Per Classes


Now that we’ve ranked the heroes’ Origins, we should also jump in and rate the classes that can differentiate them from one another. The 14 classes you can find in the current version of TFT can guide you in making an indomitable team that has unbeatable synergy.












Just like how the number of champions belonging to an origin can determine said origin’s effect on the team is, the number of champions belonging to the same class will dictate the perks you’ll be able to squeeze out of that class.




This class gets its name from its ability to deploy Baby Dragons that can be placed anywhere on the battlefield. These Baby Dragons can gain 100% of their handler’s Attack Speed and restore 50 mana to their Caretaker upon their demise.

  • Bonus Active



Lucian, Miss Fortune, Senna, Tristana

Every fifth attack of a Cannoneer is replaced with a cannon shot. These cannon shots are able to deal a percentage of that attack’s damage in an explosion around the target.

(2) 225% Damage
(4) 475% Damage
(6) 1200% Damage


Hecarim, Kled, Rell, Sejuani

Charging quickly towards their target whenever they move is something that comes naturally to Cavaliers. They take reduced damage, which is doubled for 4 seconds at the start of combat and after charge.

  • 20% Damage Reduction
  • 30% Damage Reduction
  • 35% Damage Reduction



Instead of being purchased with gold, Cruel champions are purchased with Little Legend Health. Cruel right? But wait there’s more. They can make things even worse by being only sellable for gold and not health. What a d—!

  • The hunger of a cruel champion in single combat cannot be underestimated.


Galio, Garen, Leona, Nautilus, Poppy, Thresh

With Knights, all heroes within a team can block a flat amount of damage from all sources.

(2) 20 Damage Blocked
(4) 40 Damage Blocked
(6) 70 Damage Blocked


Heimerdinger, Ivern, Rakan, Soraka, Vladimir

Each second after combat, Renewer heroes can heal for a percentage of their maximum Health. In the event that they are already in full health, they will restore Mana instead.

(2) 4% Health/Mana
(4) 7% Health/Mana
(6) 10% Health/Mana



Whenever a Victorious champion scores a kill, their basic attack will then be empowered to deal a percentage of their target’s missing health as bonus Magic Damage.

  • 60% Magic Damage



Diana, Kha’Zix, Nocturne, Pyke, Virgo

Capable of critically striking and gaining bonus Critical Strike Chance and bonus Critical Strike Damage, Assassins usually leap to the enemy backline at the start of combat.

(2) 20% Critical Strick Chance; 30% Critical Strike Damage
(4) 40% Critical Strick Chance; 50% Critical Strike Damage
(6) 75% Critical Strick Chance; 70% Critical Strike Damage


Ivern, Karma, Syndra, Teemo

From their basic attacks, all allies can gain extra Mana
(2) +3 Mana
(4) +6 Mana


Fiddlesticks, Gwen, Lulu, Lux

Every champion who is friends with a Mystic can gain Magic Resist.

(2) 40 Magic Resist
(3) 80 Magic Resist
(4) 150 Magic Resist
(5) 250 Magic Resist


Irelia, Jax, Kennen, Lee Sin, Nidalee, Olaf, Udyr, Virgo

At the start of combat, Skirmishers can gain a shield as well as Attack Damage each second.

(3) 20% max Health shield and +3 Attack Damage
(6) 50% max Health shield and +8 Attack Damage
(9) 100% max Health shield and +15 Attack Damage



Aatrox, Draven, Irelia, Kalista, Kayle, Riven, Yasuo

For every attack and ability they deal upon others, Legionnaires can gain bonus attack speed and then heal.

(2) 25% Attack Speed; 15% Omnivamp
(4) 75% Attack Speed; 20% Omnivamp
(6) 135% Attack Speed; 25% Omnivamp
(2) 250% Attack Speed; 35% Omnivamp


Akshan, Aphelios, Ashe, Varus, Vayne

Rangers are capable of gaining increased Attack Speed that lasts for 4 seconds every 4 seconds, 4 seconds after the start of combat. Just remember 4,4,4.

(2) 80% Attack Speed
(4) 180% Attack Speed
(6) 400% Attack Speed


Brand, Vel’Koz, Ziggs, Zyra

Whenever a champion uses an ability, Spellweavers can take advantage of it by gaining bonus Ability Power every instance. As if the increased Ability Power they naturally possess isn’t enough.

(2) 15% AP, 2% bonus AP
(4) 35% AP, 4% bonus AP
(6) 70% AP, 10% bonus AP



Gragas, Nunu, Sejuani, Sett, Volibear

Capable of gaining additional maximum Health.

(2) 400 Bonus Health
(4) 1000 Bonus Health
(6) 1600 Bonus Health



Next is our TFT Tier List: Team Compositions or Team Comps


Due to the nature of this game, players who are dead set on winning every game and round cannot afford to set aside team composition. While it is true that the meta enables items to be a big component of champ strength, it cannot be denied that there are newer comps that are rapidly rising to the top. To help you out a bit, here’s a short tier list of the TFT Team Comps you should watch out for:


  • Aphelios (Main Carry) + 6 Nightbringer
  • Lucian (Main Carry) + 6 Sentinels
  • Yasuo (Main Carry) + Nightbringers
  • Abomination Units + Vel’Koz
  • Draconic
  • Hecarim (Main Tank) + Miss Fortune (Backline)
  • Draven + Miss Fotune (Backline Carries) + Hecarim
  • Yasuo + Cavaliers
  • Nunu + Renewer
  • Gragas + 3 Star Kha’Zix
  • Heimerdinger/Vel’Koz/Zyra (Main Carry) + Abomination
  • 6 Sentinel


  • Jax (Main Carry) + Skirmishers + Knights
  • Vayne (Main Carry) + Ranger + Forgotten + Ironclad
  • 6 Knights
  • 6 Invokers
  • Karma (Main Carry) + Dawnbringers
  • Aatrox + Kalista + Leona + Redeemed Units + Revenant Units


  • Tristana (Main Carry) + 8 Hellions
  • Soraka (Main Carry) + Irelia (Main Tank) + Rakan
  • Ziggs (Main Carry) + Hellions
  • Nidalee + 3 Star Riven
  • 6 Assasins
  • Kayle (Main Carry) + Knights
  • Skirmishers + Knights
  • Vel’Koz + 6 Redeemed Units


Next is all about game/ patch updates and FAQs.


As promised this ultimate TFT article will also be breezing through some of the monumental changes the recent updates has spelled. Yes, we will not only talk about the hot-off-the-press Patch 11.19 but also the one that went out before it to make sure you are really really up to date. Let’s begin!

Patch 11.18

Last month went off with a bang, thanks to Patch 11.18 that gave rise to a handful of meta balance changes. Patch 11.18 finally readjusted 3-star 4-costs and made them as dangerous as they should be from the very beginning. Radiant items that weren’t getting picked as often were buffed, Hellion trait also got an attack speed buff and then Gragas, Pyke, Jax were buffed as well while Nidalee and Nunu were nerfed. To get a more detailed take on Patch 11.18 you can visit League of Legends’ very own patch notes here.

Mid-Week Patch 11.18

Released just a week after the previous one, Mid-Week Patch 11.18 was all about opening up more late-game frontline options. As explained by Rodger “MINIONSRPEOPLE2” Caudill, this patch spelled nerfs to staple front liners Ivern, Volibear, Vayne, and Yasuo. The Bonus Crit Damage of Assasins was also changed from 30/50/70% to 30/40/50%.

Patch 11.19

In an attempt to continuously balance the game, Patch 11.19 became focused on buffing the underpowered and underplayed comps. Some of the things that were buffed are Ashe, Skirmirshers, the ZZ’Rot Portal, the ZZ’Rot’s Invitation, and the Spear of Hirana. Of course, if there are buffed stuff, there are also some that will get nerfed and in this case, it’s Thresh. Heimerdinger was also adjusted this time around while Tristana and Draven were reworked.

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

As the old saying goes “The more, the merrier,” and this idiom couldn’t even be truer in any other game than TFT. That said, I decided to go a little extra on this article and add in a section that will really help newbies (and hopefully get them to be addicted to the game as much as I am BWAHAHAHA). Here are the answers to the FAQs that may be playing in your mind new Little Legends.

What is TFT on LOL?

As previously mentioned, TFT is a spin-off game that uses the same champions you can find in LoL and takes place in the same universe. The only difference is how they are played.

How do I download TFT?

Although TFT is a LoL spin-off that’s played with an entirely different set of rules, it is a game that you cannot play without downloading LoL first. So go ahead, download it (if you haven’t yet — which I have already mentioned is a SHAME) then use your LoL client to get into the world of TFT.

Can I play TFT on my phone?

Thank the heavens, YES! You can check it at Google Play Store for Android phone users and in the App Store for iPhone users. The only problem is it is only available in certain areas of the world so if it still isn’t available in your area, you’ve got nothing else to do but wait.

Is TFT free?


Is TFT Cross-play?

The LoL gods are amazing which is why they made sure that TFT is with full cross-play support between PC, Mac, and other handheld devices. This is possible because players are required to use the same Riot account for everything including their cosmetics and progression.

How many players are in a lobby?

8 players

What are the modes in TFT you can queue into?

Normal, Ranked, and Hyper Roll

What are the different tiers in TFT’s ranking system?

Just like LOL, TFT’s ranking system consists of nine tiers. Arranged from highest to lowest, they are Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, Master, Grandmaster, Challenger. If you are worried that being a newbie will hinder you from playing with your friends who got into the game earlier than you did, then you’ve got nothing to worry about. Thankfully, TFT does not have a level requirement that applies to all modes including Hyper Roll that actually has its own ranking system.

What is hyper roll TFT?

If you think TFT can’t get even more exciting then you are dead wrong. There exists something called Hyper Roll TFT. It is a TFT game mode that is shorter, slimmer but just as amazing. It has a simpler economy that lets Little Legends focus more on fielding the best team and re-rolling your shop as you go ahead. If you want to know a whole lot more about this game mode in TFT, it would be best to visit the official post about it on the official LoL website.

How many tiers are there in Hyper Roll’s ranking system?

There are five and you need a certain number of points to reach them. They are as follows: Grey tier (0 points), Green tier (1,400 points), Blue tier (2,600 points), Purple tier (3,400 points), and Hyper tier (4,200 points).

What are the different stages of TFT?

TFT  showcases three different stages. There’s the PvE round where you will battle it out with different beasts. You can also opt to play the PvP round where you will go against other players. Then, there’s Carousel wherein each player can select a random character with a random item on it. This player who has a lower life total will be the one permitted to move first.

What are Little Legends?

As mentioned, they’re the sprite characters that you move around.

How do you unlock more Little Legends?

There are two different ways you can get more Little Legends. For one, you can buy capsules as a sort of gacha game in the League of Legends client. You can also earn them by progressing through the premium battle pass.

What are the things I have to focus on more as a beginner?

No cap, but TFT can be pretty tricky for people who don’t play games like these often. As a beginner, the things — which I believe — you should focus on are learning the Macro and some basic positioning as well as looking at your components frequently.

  • Learning to Macro means knowing the game economy, building it, and then learning what to do with it. In its simplest sense, it pays to know just how much gold you will need for rolling and leveling.
  • Learning some basic positioning like Pyramid, Reverse Pyramid, full frontline, full backline, scatter, L shape, L shape with dangler. Look them up on the internet, go watch some streams.
  • Yes, experience is a great teacher but so are your opponents. Whenever possible, check them out and use the R button often. Look at what they’re building, see for yourself the comps that are contested, and ponder on how strong their boards are. All these will be helpful when you are grinding.


With Patch 11.16 spelling notable changes to one of the most popular spin-offs of League of Legends, we can only expect the game to become even more exciting from here on out. If you are the kind of player who is after a high-level, close to cerebral, type of game — then this article is just for you. However, if you are tough, brave, and courageous enough to weather whatever life (in this case, the unforgiving game of Teamfight Tactics) throws at you or is the type who learns more from experience then I’m sure you’d be just fine (I wholeheartedly hope I am right on this one, though I highly doubt it) even without a TFT Tier List like this one.

If like me, you live and breathe League of Legends, you might enjoy this ultimate LoL Tier List, so go ahead and check it out!

Dan Western is the founder of Gaming Gorilla, as well as several other infotainment blogs. When he's not working on his business, he's likely in the gym or playing video games. Dan's current setup is a PS5/Nintendo Switch living room setup, and a custom RTX 3090, I9-10850K inside the Lian Li 011D Mini for his office setup.

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